Highlights, 1973: Prices, Earnings, & Employment, St. Louis
Regions VII and VIII, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1973 - Income - 22 pages
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1972 annual average 1972 through October 1972 to September 7.0 per cent Building BUREAU cent higher CHANGE compared compared to 1968 Construction consumer price increases CONTRIBUTIONS costs have increased declined dollars are spent drop DURABLE Electricians employed EMPLOYER ending exceeded exceptions factory workers Federal figures firms fish five years ago food cost increases food dollars food items food prices four gains Government grocery health and recreation higher than national hourly earnings Housing job openings Kansas City LABOR latest 12-mo leaving less losses Louis U.S. St magnitude major manufacturing industries national averages NON-AGRICULTURAL NON-DURABLE Non-manufacturing offset overall consumer price Painters payrolls peak PERCENT period Plasterers potential purchasing power poultry prices have increased production workers Public quit Rate Contr REGIONS relatively rental RETAIL rise September 1973 spendable earnings STATISTICS trade transportation typical month U.S. average UNEMPLOYMENT RATES Union WAGE workers in manufacturing